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iDVD Alternative: Create DVD without iDVD on Mac OS X Mounta

Postby kensa » Mon May 13, 2013 9:58 am

I bought an iMac, but find that iDVD and iWeb are no longer part of the iLife. What is the solution? Do I have to buy

an alternative dvd-burning program, and if so, which one?

iDVD is Apple’s default DVD burning tool which allows you to burn QuickTime movies to DVD with ease. However,

from Lion, iDVD no longer comes with every new Mac as Apple wants people to distribute home movies to friends

and relatives via iCloud or the advanced Final Cut Pro X rather than send them a DVD burned with iDVD for free.

Obviously, iCloud is not everyone’s choice. DVD is still a convenient media to transfer movies, or to watch movies

on TV. If you think iDVD is a must-have, An ideal iDVD alternative will help you out. [url=

creator-mac.html]iFunia DVD Creator for Mac [/url](mountain lion, lion included) is a great option. It supports all

popular video formats and includes lots of beautiful DVD menu templates you can use to easily design a navigation

menu with a play button and music. Below I’ll show you how to burn video files to DVD with iDVD alternative for

Mountain Lion.

Free Download DVD Creator for Mac and install it
Step 1. Drag and drop to import video files
When installation complete, launch DVD Creator by double clicking icon on desktop. After selected your media files

in Finder, drag and drop them to the program. The iDVD Alternative supports all popular video formats used for

downloaded videos, iTunes videos, camcorder videos and iPhone videos, either in HD or SD formats, including

MOV, MP4, M4V, AVI, FLV, WMV, 3GP, MKV, MOD, AVCHD, RMVB, etc. It’s the all-in-one solution to save your

entertainment and memories to DVD for long time saving.

Step 2. Edit the video files (Optional)
DVD Creator for Mac includes all common video editing tools to help you touch up your videos easily. For example,

you can trim, crop, rotate, add watermarks, adjust video effects, etc. to bring your video better to watch on TV. Just

iDVD Alternative: Create DVD without iDVD on Mac OS X Mounta
highlight a video and click “Edit” to pop up these editing tools for uses. After you do some editing jobs, you can view

the effect in the right preview window in real time. Here you can also add different language subtitle files to your

DVD movie and optionally adjusting audio volume of the output video.

Step 3. Choose a DVD menu
Dozens of DVD menu templates are provided for you to design an impressive DVD menu easily. To get started,

just click “Menu” button and choose a DVD menu template that fits your DVD movie theme, and then personalize it

with your background music, frames, button, etc. No menu is also supported.

Step 4. Burn DVD with iDVD alternative on Mountain Lion
Before burning, you’d better preview your DVD project. Click the play button in the tool bar, and a standalone

preview window will open. There you can have a look your entire DVD movie in real-time. Turn back to make

changes it whenever you want.
Lastly, click the “Burn” button at bottom to choose the output file format and location. Don’t forget to give a name to

your DVD movie which will display when you insert DVD disc to DVD drive. As you can see, you can also save files

as DVD folder, DVD, or ISO file for burning later.

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